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Appdome’s no-code mobile fraud prevention preempts and blocks a wide range of automated mobile fraud including click fraud, ad fraud and click bots, which are used to generate fake events/clicks inside mobile apps or targeted at other mobile apps. Features in this solution can be used to stop on-device fraud such as Instabots and Sneakerbots as well as Overlay attacks such as Anubis, BankBot, StrandHogg, BlackRock, Cloak&Dagger, Ghimob, Ginp and more. Appdome also prevents large-scale credential stuﬃng attacks using device farms, virtualized environments, Android Debug Bridge (ADB) and other methods. Appdome prevents abuse and contamination of in-app memory used to change the behavior of apps and mobile games.
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Developers have access to very sophisticated tools like Frida and Magisk to dynamically instrument QA and pentest their apps before releasing them to the public. Cyber-criminals use the same advanced tools to inject malware, reverse engineer, launch automated attacks or dynamically modify apps at runtime. Fraudsters install undetected, malicious programs in other apps or directly on mobile devices. The methods fraudsters use to abuse, misuse and undermine mobile apps are large scale, automated and designed to turn mobile apps into weapons against their users and makers.
Prevent the use of dynamic instrumentation tools like Frida, ADB, and rooting/root hiding frameworks like Magisk to compromise mobile apps. Prevent method hooking, dynamic instrumentation, code injection, memory injection, script injection to modify app functionality and cloak malicious activity. Block use of popular cheat tools like GameGuardian, Cheat Engines, and Lucky Patcher, which are used to modify live memory (RAM) in many Android games. Learn how Appdome prevents fraudsters from using malware to abuse and weaponize mobile apps, trick mobile users into unknowingly inflict damage to themselves.
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Mobile app piracy is a direct attack on the e-commerce and monetization model that app developers rely on to make their app viable and sustain their business. Fake or Trojanized apps often masquerade as legitimate/useful apps, designed to trick mobile users into downloading pirated or malicious content embedded inside. distribute malware, enable remote access to devices and applications, enable mobile game cheating, and steal or divert ads and in-app purchases.
Appdome’s no-code Mobile Piracy Prevention preempts the creation of Android and iOS clones, fake apps, and mods. Prevent unauthorized developers from re-signing, re-packaging and re-distributing fakes or pirated apps, or apps that have malware/trojans embedded inside.
When hackers create mods, fakes or clones of an app and make premium features available for free, they deprive developers the revenues needed to fund further development of their apps.
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Over 90 detailed articles on how to use Appdome's no-code Mobile App Security platform. Search this category to learn how Appdome works and how to build and sign secure apps. In addition, learn how to operationalize mobile app security and how DevSecOps teams can integrate Appdome into their build and release processes. Finally learn how to create release teams and engage different team members from mobile development, security, and operations. Assign each team member the right entitlements according to their role in the organization's app release process and software development lifecycle (SDLC).
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Over 82 detailed articles on how to use Appdome's no-code Mobile App Security platform. Search this category if you need to add application shielding (RASP), code obfuscation, encryption (AES-256 and FIPS 140-2), Jailbreak/Root prevention, Man-in-the-Middle attack prevention, Data Loss Prevention, Mobile Privacy, and Biometric Security to any Android or iOS app, build in any framework including Android Studio, Java, Kotlin, C++, Ionic, React Native, Flutter, Cordova, Swift, Objective-C, Xcode, Xamarin, PhoneGap, and more. All you need is a compiled Android (apk or aab) of iOS (ipa or bitcode) app.
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4 detailed articles on how to protect Android and iOS apps against mobile bots, mobile malware, and other threats without development or coding. Search this category if you need to add advanced mobile threat defense solutions from F5, Check Point, and others to shield against malicious intrusions, click fraud, and attacks on your mobile business. Combine mobile threat services with Appdome’s mobile security to guarantee mobile trust and brand safety across your mobile users. Get detailed information on how to implement Appdome for F5 Anti-Bot.
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9 detailed articles on how to configure threat events in Android and iOS apps. Search this category if you want to learn how to use Threat Events to respond or enforce actions after Appdome detects a security event in a mobile app. Appdome Threat Events use industry-standard notification methods to pass events between the Appdome layer to the app, informing the app any time a malicious event occurs against or in respect of the Appdome protected app. When a security event is detected by Appdome, the event can be handled by your app or handled by Appdome’s security engine in the following ways; in-app detection, in-app enforcement or enforce connection only.
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Over 65 detailed articles on how to make mobile apps enterprise-ready without coding. Search this category if you need to add Mobile App Security and Enterprise Mobility Controls to any internally-built or 3rd party (ISV) Android and iOS apps. Learn how to use Appdome's Zero Management Security or Secure PWA to mobilize your workforce. Learn how to add UEM SDKs and identity services including VMware Workspace One, Microsoft Intune, BlackBerry Dynamics, IBM MaaS360 as well as any Microsoft Identity service such as Azure AD, ADFS, and MSAL (ADAL).
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